On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:
Charlie Hart read Theology at Cambridge University before working in a number of roles in London. He now lives and gardens on the Essex Suffolk border with his family. On todays episode of The Sodshow Charlie talks with Peter Donegan about that journey, which has more turns than one consider possible.
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What resulted post the passing of both Charlie’s parents, some ill health, anxiety and much family turbulence was a point of a new journey, with much windings in between, a book deal, a change of career and a new way of life.
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In his book, Skymeadow, Notes From an English Gardener – they say:
Charlie seamlessly weaves together his own memoir with that of his garden. The result is a lyrical and incisive story of mental health at an all-time low, the healing power of digging and, ultimately, a celebration of nature.
Peter and Charlie chat gardening, grief, anxiety and healing. We talk the 7 acres that makes up Peverels Farm where Charlie and his family live, running away from issues and an idealogical life that doesn’t always pay the bills.
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